Holy Trinity Church in Miejsce Odrzańskie iis a wooden chapel of ease belonging to St. George's Parish in Sławików. The church was built in 1770 by carpenter Henryk Henschl.



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Founded: 1770
Category: Religious sites in Poland

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Joanna Pałka-Obrusnik (8 months ago)
My town
jakub Sip (16 months ago)
I do not like going to church
Piotr Bien (18 months ago)
Joanna K. (2 years ago)
Lovely place. A very well-kept church and a detour.
Jennifer Wochnik (3 years ago)
A beautiful wooden church both inside and outside. Just behind the church there is also a chapel and a cemetery.
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